The purpose of practice management education (PME) is to provide members with the appropriate education, tools and resources required for competent practice to ensure consumer and public protection. All members are required to take PME courses, as mandated by the Council.


There is no cost for registering for PME courses offered by the Council.

Note: All costs related to attending and completing PME courses in-person, such as transportation, meals and accommodation, or by real-time remote, such as the purchase of equipment, computer, or internet service, are at the expense of the member.


1. When a mandatory course is launched, it is introduced and promoted by email, social media, and on the Council’s website. It is the responsibility of the member to register for a course.

2. Courses are delivered in-person or via real-time remote.

3. As a course is introduced, it is offered within a specified timeframe.

4. After the course completion deadline has expired, a course schedule is posted on the website. New members are required to complete one (1) mandatory PME course within six (6) months of becoming a member with the Council and all remaining mandatory courses within one year of becoming a member with the Council. It is the responsibility of new members to review the course schedule and register for a course.

To proceed to registration, click on a specific course to view its description, deadlines, and available dates and follow the instructions to register.

Client Account
Retainer Agreement
Client File Management
Ethical Practice
Managing an Immigration Consulting Practice 
Developing the RCIC and Client Relationship

For enquiries regarding PME courses, contact